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South Africa take 2-0 series lead against India after Lungi Ngidi's debut six-for
That door gets opened a bit more. Take a bow, skipper. The expansion of the knuckle ball. With two more matches left for the series to end, here is all you need to know for the fifth match between India and South Africa:. He has been finding some good bounce on this surface. Duminy might have picked the last ball but he certainly did not pick this one, nor does he look like picking to agree with the decision of the umpire. Ongoing Cricket Series In following Series are going on:

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Ngidi took the last two wickets to end with figures of on his home ground as India were dismissed for and saw their run of nine consecutive series wins end. Chetesh Pujara became the first India player to be run out twice in the same Test when his desperate dive after attempting a third run came up short and he was sent on his way after a video replay.

Parthiv Patel was then ousted by an impressive catch from Morne Morkel running round to fine leg before Ngidi added to Tuesday's scalps of Lokesh Rahul and Virat Kohli by having both Hardik Pandya and Ravichandran Ashwin caught behind. Rohit Sharma and Mohammed Shami put up some resistance, adding the only partnership of the innings, but the former fell three runs short of a half-century when AB de Villiers took a superb diving catch at fine leg.

Shami followed for 28 when Morkel held on at mid-on to complete Ngidi's five-wicket haul and the year-old wrapped up the series with a Test to spare when Vernon Philander took a catch at mid-off. Day 5 of 5. Lungi Ngidi finished with second innings figures of on his Test debut. Vijay b Rabada 9 K. Rahul c Maharaj b Ngidi 4 C.

Pujara run out de Villiers 19 V. Vernon Philander led the way with a career-best as South Africa's pace attack tore through India to secure a run victory on day four of a thrilling first Test in Cape Town. Philander picked up the key scalp of Virat Kohli lbw for 28 and took three wickets in the final over of the match as India slumped to all out chasing for victory on a day on which 18 wickets fell.

Dale Steyn was unable to bowl due to a bruised left heel - the seamer will miss the rest of the three-Test series - but did bat, left unbeaten on nought as South Africa were skittled for before lunch. The Proteas crumbled from , with AB de Villiers 35 and Keshav Maharaj 15 the only players to make double figures on day four and seamer Jasprit Bumrah bagging three wickets on debut.

Hashim Amla 4 , night-watchman Kagiso Rabada 5 , Faf du Plessis 0 and Quinton de Kock 8 were all caught behind the wicket as South Africa lost five wickets for 30 runs - Rohit Sharma adjudged to have pouched Amla just above the turf and Du Plessis gloving a ripsnorter from Bumrah.

De Villiers and Maharaj steadied the innings a tad once Philander 0 exited lbw, putting on 27 for the eighth wicket, before De Villiers was last man out, pulling Bumrah to deep midwicket. South Africa then saw two early dismissals chalked off - Murali Vijay successfully overturning an lbw call against Philander on height grounds, before DRS showed he had not nicked the seamer behind.

Philander finally got his man when De Villiers flung himself across fellow slip fielder Du Plessis to take a fine catch - that wicket sandwiched by Morne Morke's dismissals of Shikhar Dhawan 16 and Cheteshwar Pujara 4. Philander turned the screw further when he trapped Kohli with an in-swinger and then bowled Rohit off an inside-edge, and when India's first-innings hero Hardik Pandya 1 steered Rabada to De Villiers at gully, the game looked up.

Ravichandran Ashwin 37 dug in, putting on 49 for the eighth wicket with Bhuvneshwar Kumar 13no , but then bottom-edged Philander behind - Mohammad Shami pumped the paceman for four next ball but the match ended two deliveries later as Shami and Bumrah clipped to slip. Day 4 of 5. Vernon Philander took six wickets for South Africa as they beat India by 72 runs.

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